" objectification is not a method of communicating that one wants to have sexual relations, but it may emulate the communication of a desire to have sexual relations as the symptoms are the same (touch and presentation, but without respect to their own or ones own subjective signifiance) "

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Philosophy of the Body



" it creates an illusion of physical and subjective reality, where if someone really wanted to have sex with them they would not require restrictions to be placed "

- philosophy of the body  

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